After operating as an urgent care facility for a month, Student Health Services will resume normal service next Tuesday, officials said.
Presidential candidate and former Pomona College student Marianne Williamson will visit Pomona College on Nov. 6 for an event hosted by TSL.
Metrolink’s horns are a mainstay on Pomona’s South Campus, but that may someday change: Claremont could soon be eligible for a “quiet zone” from the California Public Utilities Commission so that trains would no longer be required to sound their horns in city limits.
This week’s tidbit of news: Pomona College hires a new vice president from Barnard College.
Pomona College may accelerate its plans to add more lighting to its South Campus due to a slurry of recent thefts on campus.
As the 2020 presidential campaign intensifies, passionate student activists from three political organizations across the five colleges — Claremont for Elizabeth Warren, Claremont for Bernie Sanders and Democrats of the Claremont Colleges — are working hard to marshall student support.
Students coming back to Claremont via Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) after Thanksgiving break will have to jump through additional hoops before they can get on the road back to campus. In an effort to mitigate increased traffic due to various projects, LAX is ending curbside pick-ups for Ubers, Lyfts and taxis Oct. 29, according to a news release from LAX and the Los Angeles Times.
As Pomona College’s art museum moves to its new home at the Benton Art Museum, its current home, the Montgomery Art Center, will be temporarily used to accommodate administrative staff from the Rains Center. Also, Queer Resource Center director Manuel Diaz left Claremont on Oct. 4 to pursue a career in teaching and research, Pomona College senior associate dean Tracy Arwari said in an email to students Monday.
Despite cutting the number of students cited for alcohol policy violations in half last year, Pomona College still took disciplinary action against more students than all the other 5Cs combined, according to 5C crime and disciplinary data released Oct. 1.
Pomona College must pay $130,000 in attorney fees to a former student accused of sexual assault for denying him a “fair hearing,” a California appeals court ruled Oct. 3.